For reservations: Carbondale and Glenwood Springs, 945-9117; Parachute, 285-7216 (9 a.m. to noon Monday); Rifle, 625-1366; and Silt, 625-1877. Make reservations and cancellations one day in advance.
– Monday, New Castle: Order off the special senior menu at the New Castle Cafe´
– Tuesday, Glenwood Springs and Rifle: corn beef sandwich with ‘kraut and Thousand Island dressing on a rye bun, veggie pasta salad, spiced apple salad, and half banana.
– Wednesday, Silt and Parachute: Polish sausage with ‘kraut and mustard, potato salad, fresh fruit cup, ranger oatmeal cookie, and rye roll and margarine
– Thursday, Rifle: beef burrito with mild sauce, lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream and salsa, pinto beans, zucchini saute, and fresh peaches
– Friday, Glenwood Springs and Rifle: baked fish with lemon and tartar sauce, macaroni and cheese, creamy apple coleslaw, strawberry applesauce, and whole wheat bread and margarine
Noon every Wednesday
Crystal Meadows Senior Housing, Rominger Room,
Carbondale. Call 945-9117 for meal reservations by noon
– Sept. 21: pot roast,
buttered new potatoes, baby carrots, blushing pears, and roll and margarine
11:30 a.m. every Monday
All meals include vegetable and fruit of the day
– Chicken-fried steak with mashed potatoes, country gravy and bread
– Chicken tenders with ranch dressing and salad of the day
– Breaded cod with tartar sauce and salad of the day
– Half cold sandwich (ham, turkey or beef) with salad of the day
– Hamburger on whole-wheat bun and salad of the day
– Light side with chicken breast or beef patty, cottage cheese, lettuce, sliced tomato and bread
– Small chef’s salad with crackers
6 p.m. every Wednesday
– Sept. 21: breaded cod with tartar sauce, potatoes O’Brien, red apple cole slaw, mixed fruit cup, oatmeal raisin cookie, dinner roll, and 2
percent milk, coffee or tea
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